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Superdrug Mobile Sim- Unlimited data and UK calls and texts £20 pm Plus £20 worth of beauty points when activated
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Superdrug Mobile Sim- Unlimited data and UK calls and texts £20 pm Plus £20 worth of beauty points when activated

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Posted 21st Jan

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Wonder if Eurocarparts are going to have their own?......
They're part of the Three group
Three?
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This is pretty impressive to be honest, great for Wifi for the kids on short breaks!
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Three?
Not sure what network they use or what it’s like but essentially free calls text and data for a month if you’d spend the £20 points instore is a pretty good deal I’d say
I think it’s a fab deal!! Just waiting for my contract to end and I’ll deffo be buying this sim 👌
They're part of the Three group
So can I activate another one and repeat this for the £20 worth of points?
Darkraiser21/01/2020 23:18

So can I activate another one and repeat this for the £20 worth of points?


Only if you make new accounts
What's the catch? You could use the £20 in points to buy your lunches so free mobile?
Tried to join them before. CS goes through to Superdrug switchboard, who say help is available on the Q&A page!
Good freebie... if you don’t have any problems!
Is this going to be on forever
EU roaming & tethering, heat added. I dont need one though
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This is pretty impressive to be honest, great for Wifi for the kids on short breaks!
Been trying to purchase one for days now but once i fill out the form n submit it wont let me go any further, anybody actually purchased one online in the last couple of days. Frustrated.
Marrilyn24/01/2020 22:11

Been trying to purchase one for days now but once i fill out the form n …Been trying to purchase one for days now but once i fill out the form n submit it wont let me go any further, anybody actually purchased one online in the last couple of days. Frustrated.


Try a different browser.
Typical, no internet at home so this would be perfect but I just got the 30gb SMARTY for £10
This offer has been on since they brought out the sim. Nothing new.
Dustlandfairytale22/01/2020 09:53

EU roaming & tethering, heat added. I dont need one though


With brexit on the horizon, you probably have EU roaming for circa one week only
ellbee21/01/2020 22:58

https://www.superdrugmobile.com/blog/superdrugmobile-powered-by-three


I mean that’s pretty bad; I’ve been struggling with three over the past 6months, everyone is struggling to get decent quality 4G network coverage, I’m looking to leave so just as well I seen your commend I was gonna give Superdrug a try, but same network same crap service
africanspeed25/01/2020 00:28

With brexit on the horizon, you probably have EU roaming for circa one …With brexit on the horizon, you probably have EU roaming for circa one week only


There will be a transition period after brexit where eveything stays the same. Probably for two years.
Wonder if Eurocarparts are going to have their own?......
africanspeed25/01/2020 00:28

With brexit on the horizon, you probably have EU roaming for circa one …With brexit on the horizon, you probably have EU roaming for circa one week only


It will still work. Three are the only company to have deals in place for roaming globally, inc the EU, after Brexit and the transition period.
Check it is 4G or your gonna be disappointed. I just bought a Vectone SIM, seemed a cracking deal at 30Gb for £10. The speed is diabolical, especially upload. Nowhere here I can see 4G mentioned. Hope I am wrong tho.
alastair.stephen25/01/2020 00:30

I mean that’s pretty bad; I’ve been struggling with three over the past 6mo …I mean that’s pretty bad; I’ve been struggling with three over the past 6months, everyone is struggling to get decent quality 4G network coverage, I’m looking to leave so just as well I seen your commend I was gonna give Superdrug a try, but same network same crap service


How did you get away with saying crap? I got censored for saying ****
KPGills25/01/2020 10:27

It will still work. Three are the only company to have deals in place for …It will still work. Three are the only company to have deals in place for roaming globally, inc the EU, after Brexit and the transition period.


I doubt any cross-border deals with any EU establishment will still apply post-brexit??
africanspeed25/01/2020 12:03

I doubt any cross-border deals with any EU establishment will still apply …I doubt any cross-border deals with any EU establishment will still apply post-brexit??


Three have confirmed to all customers they will. They had the deals set-up prior to the EU law making all providers allow access to roaming etc.

They have sent two emails confirming the deals are in place and will still apply should the laws change. I guess this will be the same with this deal.
waiting to get out of my 3 unlimited contract due to poor speeds, 3.. never again.
I purchased the sim 3months ago and I love it! I get signal pretty much everywhere always 4G. When I first set it up online I went on the web chat to ask for help and they were really helpful and answered me straight away.
Will be keeping it until my phone breaks forcing me to get a new contract phone!
BiglyX25/01/2020 12:51

waiting to get out of my 3 unlimited contract due to poor speeds, 3.. …waiting to get out of my 3 unlimited contract due to poor speeds, 3.. never again.


I've been with three since 2003 and I can honestly say last year and up to now have been the worst ever I'm leaving them when my contract is up because they are shocking
darren157325/01/2020 15:40

I've been with three since 2003 and I can honestly say last year and up to …I've been with three since 2003 and I can honestly say last year and up to now have been the worst ever I'm leaving them when my contract is up because they are shocking


I had voxi before 3 and voxi was amazing but they only gave 45gb for £20 which wasnt enough data. Switched to 3 now regretting it. Will look into vodafone or voxi again when my 3 contract ends.
3 speeds are about 4-5mbps and voxi gave around 50mbps download reliably.
BiglyX25/01/2020 15:57

I had voxi before 3 and voxi was amazing but they only gave 45gb for £20 …I had voxi before 3 and voxi was amazing but they only gave 45gb for £20 which wasnt enough data. Switched to 3 now regretting it. Will look into vodafone or voxi again when my 3 contract ends.3 speeds are about 4-5mbps and voxi gave around 50mbps download reliably.


50mbps? With minimal black spots??
Thats fantastic!
I see ops getting circa 100Mbps on 3 but not sure how they are able to achieve those speeds
toge21/01/2020 22:55

Three?


Think when they joined it became Four
BiglyX25/01/2020 12:51

waiting to get out of my 3 unlimited contract due to poor speeds, 3.. …waiting to get out of my 3 unlimited contract due to poor speeds, 3.. never again.


Some ops getting 100 ~ 200 mbps on three network so I'm baffled how we are having speed and network issues and unable to achieve similar
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is this paid by direct debit?
africanspeed25/01/2020 12:03

I doubt any cross-border deals with any EU establishment will still apply …I doubt any cross-border deals with any EU establishment will still apply post-brexit??

I'm glad that most commenters on HUKD make posts based on facts & not dishonesty or political bias. This post is a case of the latter - and entirely incorrect. All four UK mobile network operators (Three, Vodafone, EE & O2) have announced that they intend to continue adherence to the rules of EU Regulation 2017/920 after the UK leaves the EU. Facts are quite useful, I find.
I have been with Three for c.6 months and there have been at least 3 major outages with no data, call or text available.

It has been down since at least 7:00 this morning and is still down now at 19:45.

Not a good network.
keefly25/01/2020 17:33

I'm glad that most commenters on HUKD make posts based on facts & not …I'm glad that most commenters on HUKD make posts based on facts & not dishonesty or political bias. This post is a case of the latter - and entirely incorrect. All four UK mobile network operators (Three, Vodafone, EE & O2) have announced that they intend to continue adherence to the rules of EU Regulation 2017/920 after the UK leaves the EU. Facts are quite useful, I find.


"When the UK leaves the EU on 31 January, there will be a transition period until the end of 2020, during which virtually all EU rules and regulations, including on mobile roaming anywhere in the EU, will continue to apply.

What happens after that will depend on what is agreed about the UK's future economic relationship with the EU, which could include the abolition of, or limits to, mobile roaming charges.
hedgyhog25/01/2020 19:45

I have been with Three for c.6 months and there have been at least 3 major …I have been with Three for c.6 months and there have been at least 3 major outages with no data, call or text available.It has been down since at least 7:00 this morning and is still down now at 19:45.Not a good network.


I've been with them for eight months and have only been affected by one of all the outages. I think location might have something to do with it
This sounds like a good deal for those who do not have broadband at home. Otherwise I cant see how you can use 20gb+ available in other deals. I spend a lot of time on my mobile and out of my 6gb allowance, I still have 5.33gb left until 31st. I use wifi most of the time and unless working away, can't see the benefit of getting so much data.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th Jan
Must be some small print that throttles ur data usage after x many GB use?
MANicho26/01/2020 10:52

Must be some small print that throttles ur data usage after x many GB use?


I thought so as well...some forums suggest getting a new number entirely on 3 or transfer to another network then back to 3 after a few months. Not sure if this is fact or just another red herring
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